It’s Book Week at CWR

It’s great when a plan comes together. It’s even better when an unplanned plan happens to come together. That’s what happened yesterday when I realized we had five book reviews and author intervews at hand, all of them having to do with recently published books. So, this week Catholic World Report is featuring five books that we think readers will find informative, edifying, and worth reading. Yesterday we posted Carrie Gress’s review of Robert George’s new book, Conscience and its Enemies: Confronting the Dogmas of Liberal Secularism (ISI Books, 2013), and today we posted my interview with Marc C. Nicholas, author of the excellent study of one of my favorite theologians, Jean Daniélou’s Doxological Humanism : Trinitarian Contemplation and Humanity’s True Vocation (Wipf & Stock, 2012). As for the remainder of the week, please come back to find out what other fine books will be reviewed!

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About Carl E. Olson 1217 Articles
Carl E. Olson is editor of Catholic World Report and Ignatius Insight. He is the author of Did Jesus Really Rise from the Dead?, Will Catholics Be "Left Behind"?, co-editor/contributor to Called To Be the Children of God, co-author of The Da Vinci Hoax (Ignatius), and author of the "Catholicism" and "Priest Prophet King" Study Guides for Bishop Robert Barron/Word on Fire. His recent books on Lent and Advent—Praying the Our Father in Lent (2021) and Prepare the Way of the Lord (2021)—are published by Catholic Truth Society. He is also a contributor to "Our Sunday Visitor" newspaper, "The Catholic Answer" magazine, "The Imaginative Conservative", "The Catholic Herald", "National Catholic Register", "Chronicles", and other publications. Follow him on Twitter @carleolson.